Hi everyone! Seeing’s how it’s R U OK day, I should ask you all, R U OK? I’m actually good today, no complaints, which is probably a first for me! I wasn’t too happy with the state of the weather on Tuesday. It was hot and windy and I HATE the wind! But at least we didn’t have bushfires up this way. Hopefully everyone who was affected by the fires is doing ok. The warmer weather does mean that Nurse Katrina is watering the plants in the car park more frequently, and I love helping with that! I chase the water when it runs out of the bottom of the pots and sometimes I even paw at the water when it’s coming out of the bucket. People tell me that I shouldn’t like water, seeings I’m a cat, but I love it! After my post lunch nap today, I was very busy “helping” Nurse Amy cut up the chicken for the hospital cases. It is one of my most favourite jobs here at GVH. Even though they rarely let me eat any of the chicken that we cut up…
Nurse Hollie gets back on Monday after being in Hawaii for 2weeks and Nurse Amy leaves on Monday for a 6week American adventure. I’m hoping that they both remember to send me a pastcard. I love when I get them! I’m getting quite a collection of them on the window in the treatment area.
I have two pets for Pet of the Week, cheeky Khan and Mindy the 22week old Burmese. They were in this week to be desexed and they were full of mischief!! I had a lot of fun playing with them through the cage. I really wanted to play with them when they were having some crazy time on the floor playing with the vacuum and a peg, but Khan didn’t really want me in there playing with them, so I sat at the door to the Cat Room and sulked! Now, because I can only put one picture with the blog post, I have created a new album on Facebook for the pictures of my Pet of the Week, so be sure to check that out once you have finished reading this.
Hope you all have a great weekend. I’ll see you all next week. Meows for now, love Joey xoxo
By John Morgan | Dated February 7, 2018 | 0 Comments
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